How to write a successful grant application
Prof. Trevor Smart
Thursday 12th September 2013
Talk: 16:00-17:00, Medical Sciences 131 AV Hill Lecture Theatre
Drinks reception: From 17:00 in Medical Sciences G40
In this highly competitive field, the ability to write a successful grant application is a vital skill if you aim to pursue a career in academia. Take this opportunity to get some invaluable tips and insider knowledge from an expert who has been awarded numerous grants and sat on various grant-awarding panels. Take advantage of an extended Q and A session to ask our speaker any specific questions about the grant application process.
This talk is applicable to both early career researchers thinking about writing their first grant applications and looking for general advice as well as more experienced researchers with specific questions for our speaker. The talk is followed by a drinks reception to give you the chance to meet Prof. Smart informally as well as other members of the ECN committee and ECN forum.
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UCL Neuroscience Careers Network (NCN)
The UCL Neuroscience Careers Network (NCN) seeks to promote the professional development of UCL Neuroscientists. The network provides opportunities for neuroscientists to meet their peers, to share ideas, experience and initiate collaborations. It also provides a platform for careers advice and the dissemination of information regarding jobs, training and funding opportunities. The NCN is organised by a committee made up of representatives from a variety of departments under the UCL Neuroscience Domain and includes both post-doctoral researchers and PIs.